We get many requests to attend events in the sector, whether that’s exhibiting, speaking about the work we do or delivering a bespoke training session. If you’d like to have the Digital Culture Network attend your event or get involved in your project, why not get in touch?

We review requests weekly and plan as far as a year in advance so be sure to get your request in soon. We can’t promise to work with everyone on every great idea, but we’ll certainly be in touch!

    The DCN is a free service for creative and cultural individuals and organisations. We can only support activity which is freely accessible.

    Tell us about your event or project.

    Tell us about your audience.

    Example partnership work

    Recently our Tech Champions have been guest speakers at the Arts Marketing Association Conference in Leeds, delivered sessions at the annual gathering of Creative People and Places in Bridgewater, and supported peer learning opportunities for LibraryOn and the Museums Development Network. We’ve delivered in-person workshops in museums, theatres and galleries, covering a wide range of topics including Google Analytics 4 and digital content creation. 

    We’re excited to be running Grow Your Digital Skills events in partnership with Google Arts and Culture in Cambridge, Exeter and two Arts Council Priority Places – Stockton and Wolverhampton. And you can hear from us this spring at the Cultural Enterprises Conference. 

    Current Partners

    Google Arts and Culture

    Back in 2019 we joined forces with Google Arts and Culture to help cultural organisations in England to develop their digital skills through a series of workshops. These events are delivered by Google and Digital Culture Network experts and take us to cities and towns across the country. During the pandemic,  we evolved to bring those workshops online and to deliver a series of topical panel conversations. So far, the collaboration has allowed us to support over 1500 individuals and organisations across England to develop their digital skills capacity and confidence. 

    The partnership also provides a direct pathway of access to Google Arts & Culture, who aim to increase cultural organisations’ online presence by showcasing and celebrating their work and stories in new and exciting ways. Take a look at Northern Stories, a project which provided bespoke support to organisations in areas of typically low cultural engagement to develop their digital content skills and resulted in a beautiful collection of stories on the Google Arts & Culture platform.

    If you’d like to learn more about how partnering with Google Arts & Culture can take your work to a wider audience, check out the eligibility information below.

    Google Arts & Culture offer and eligibility